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  • Friday Fotos!

    Posted by Jonathan on May 9th, 2008 (All posts by )

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    4 Responses to “Friday Fotos!”

    1. Dan from Madison Says:

      Good stuff – questions, of course.

      What is going on with the fire and the bikers near it?

      Why did you visit Madison and take a photo of my Hummer and not even try to get hold of me while you were here?

      What is the advantage of this new system of biking shoes using one regular clip shoe and one loafer?

    2. Jonathan Says:

      What is going on with the fire and the bikers near it?

      Minor UFO incident. This happens a lot.

      Why did you visit Madison and take a photo of my Hummer and not even try to get hold of me while you were here?

      I rang the bell three times and all I saw was some draperies moving. Maybe I should have removed my George W. Bush mask.

      What is the advantage of this new system of biking shoes using one regular clip shoe and one loafer?

      Good engineering is about compromise!

    3. What is the yellow thingy on the jeep? Some new age emblem no doubt. Also, the green jeep pic is labeled "billion monkeys"; just wondering why? Says:

      Curious.

    4. Jonathan Says:

      -I don’t know what the yellow thing is. Probably it’s some kind of joke that went over my head.

      -“Billion monkeys” is a term used (coined?) by Brian Micklethwait to categorize today’s ubiquitous casual digital photographers. I am thinking that a guy photographing his jeep fits in this category.